March 31, 2010 2:18:08 pm
Australian actor Sam Worthington,who played the lead character of a paraplegic marine Jake Sully in ‘Avatar’,is confident that a sequel will follow.
Worthington said that director James Cameron’s will to make a second movie,Contactmusic reported.
“The deal was if we made a billion dollars we’d grab the manpower and undertake the job. Well,we’ve made about USD 2.6 billion at the moment,we’re definitely going back,” the actor said.
Worthington believes that ‘Avatar’ has raised expectations and Cameron would not deliver anything sub-standard.
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“The boss,Jim Cameron,he’s not just going to make it for the sake of it. He always wants the challenge,he always wants to push the envelope and raise the bar and I think audiences will demand that of ‘Avatar 2’ and when he finds the challenge that’s when we go back to work,” the actor said.
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